Question about Belkin (F5D7230-4) Router (587009)
I have full bars but no internet connection
Do you have encryption set on the wirless???
if so, you need to enter the encryption.
of not, uninstall the wireless from your computer and reinstall it. reconfigure the wireless setting.
Posted on Oct 30, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I'm assuming you are using windows XP or similar. You can check your tcp/ip protocols and local pc adaptor by 'pinging'. open the command prompt - 'start', 'all programs', 'accessories', 'command prompt'. Then type 'ping 127.0.0.1' without quotes. If there is 'no loss' of data, your pc is basically sound, as are the protocols.
Try reaching your router by typing 192.168.2.1 (or look on bottom of router or documentation for IP address). It may ask for user name and password which should be with documentation. You need to be able to reach your router before you can use the net.
If using a cable, check out your LAN by going to 'control panel', 'network connections', then find the LAN icon. Right click and left click on 'properties'. under the 'general' tab scroll to ' internet protocol tcp/ip'. double click on this. under the general tab make sure ip address and dns is obtained automatically.
If you're using the wireless capability (ie not network cable) right click on the wireless connection to 'view available networks'. try to connect to one. You may need a WEP/WPA etc password. You could try connecting a network cable from pc to router to see if it's a wireless problem or not.
In control panel look at 'internet options' and 'connections' tab. make sure it's set to use the right connection (eg mine just uses the LAN).
sorry if this is a bit muddled but there are many possibilities. Any more info on your setup would be helpful.
Posted on Dec 04, 2008
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In order to find the wireless security password of your Netgear wireless router , please follow these setps
1. Open up the internet explorer in the comp in which you are online and clear the address bar and type in the number 192.168.1.1 and hit enter.
2. You will be logged into the Netgear router setup page .
3. Under the wireless settings you will find the security password for your wireless router.
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